This is a great restaurant if you like good ole country cooking. I was traveling with work and had lunch with coworkers here. This was definitely a great place to eat and a great atmosphere. I’ll definitely be back when I’m in the area.
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This is the quintessential southern buffet. Fried catfish, fried chicken and fried chicken livers. All great! All kinds of sides to go with. I enjoy buffets from coast to coast and I can tell you that it doesn't get any better!
Great lunch spot, great fried catfish and chicken. Love the corn salad, it's had the same taste for years and has not changed. Buffet style (southern) at lunch, but I'm sure you can order off menu if you desire. Always consistent.
My group of 35 had planned to stop at national chain buffet restaurant. We called ahead for service. When we arrived we found out that it would be and extended wait for a group of hungry individuals. We decided to leave. We went to another...More
I've heard a few things about this place and have been excited to try out a good Southern buffet. The dinner buffet starts at $17 and if you want fried oysters or crab legs it's an additional $10. For each whole fried catfish, it's an...More
The Carthage Courtesy Club was returning home in East Texas after a five days Civil Rights Tour (Memphis, Atlanta, Selma). A friend's Mom lives in Jackson and she recommended Country Fisherman. She made the arrangements for our group. The food was off the chain. The...More
Stopped after work Friday night with coworker. Food was dry and bland. Was about 6:30 so it shouldn't have been. After we suffered through it the next surprise came at the cost! $60 for the two of us, wasn't worth half that! They lost us...More
We were suddenly in Jackson for an RV repair that would take a few hours. The guys at the shop told us to go here for a great southern food buffet. They weren't kidding ! If you can fry it, it was on the buffet....More
We had a buffet lunch and there is a huge selection of food. My companions grew up in MS so were delighted by the fried okra, hush puppies, turnip greens, beans, breaded pork, etc. I tried some of these "delicacies" but admit I wasn't impressed,...More